So after today, the No. 1, 2 and 3 teams have all lost since Thursday. Who will be No. 1 in tomorrow’s AP top 25 poll?
Can’t wait for tomorrow.
Arizona State stunned No. 3 Oregon State, 55-47, for their second upset of a top 3 team this weekend.
Iowa toppled No. 12 Indiana in 2OT, 91-85.
Duke rallied past Virginia Tech in OT, 72-67.
No. 8 Colorado shook off a slow start to edge Colorado, 65-62.
No. 19 West Virginia held off Texas, 68-63.
Georgia Tech survived Clemson, 49-47.
No. 2 Oregon bounced back with a 71-64 win over Arizona.
TCU stopped Kansas, 73-59.
Miami trounced Syracuse, 77-62.
Rutgers got past Nebraska, 69-65.
Utah slipped by USC, 67-65, for their first conference win.
No. 4 South Carolina 93, Vanderbilt 57
No. 5 Stanford 79, Cal 65
No. 6 Baylor 94, Oklahoma State 48
No. 7 Louisville 75, Wake Forest 61
No. 9 NC State 90, Notre Dame 56
No. 11 Florida State 78, North Carolina 64
No. 17 Maryland 77. No. 24 Michigan 49
No. 21 Arkansas 90, Missouri 73…..Chelsea Dungee had 38 points for the Razorbacks
No. 23 Tennessee 73, Georgia 56
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Arizona State made program history with their upsets this weekend.
Without a star, Ohio State needs everyone to contribute.
Why Michigan State’s season, which began with high hopes, has hit a tough spot. But the Spartans embrace a “next woman up” mentality.
College player news:
Minnesota suspended three players, including top scorer Destiny Pitts, before today’s game.
College coach news:
Ohio State assistant coach Tamika Williams-Jeter looks back at her basketball career from outside the bubble.